ClimatePartner and the Forest Restoration Agency are planting mangroves in Kenya

December 14, 2020

ClimatePartner and the Forest Restoration Agency (FRA) have agreed a partnership for planting several million mangrove trees in the Tudor Creek area, Mombasa County, Kenya. By the end of 2020 alone, more than 25,000 seedlings will have already gone into the ground.

The FRA is a global network of environmentally conscious individuals and was founded in June 2018 in Mombasa, Kenya by Mbaarak Abdalla. Its aim is to help the world's population combat the effects of climate change, poverty, food insecurity and human-wildlife conflict. One important aspect of this is the restoration of mangrove forests along the Kenyan coast, as large-scale deforestation over the past decades has severely damaged the mangrove ecosystem in Kenya.

We are pleased to be able to support the work of the FRA and offer our customers the opportunity to participate in the mangrove planting project. Please feel free to contact us at